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Tube Box 50 Agecroft, 1986-1988

The Agecroft material contains drawings and schematic renderings used by Griswold in reference to Agecroft Hall, a recreated Tudor estate in Richmond, Virginia. Agecroft Hall was bought and reassembled from an original fifteenth century English manor by Richard C. Williams in 1925, and now serves as a museum, showcasing the lives of English gentry spanning several centuries. Most of the Agecroft material is supplemental layout material of the museum to assist Griswold in his landscaping work around the estate from 1987 to 1988. This series contains three pencil drawings and twenty-four schematics created by Griswold's firm GWSM, Inc. Additional files relating to this project may be found in Series VI.